Follow the sweat equity…

The drive to unionize architects looks like a contest between management and labor. This characterization, however, is misleading.

Architecture is a field that so often puts on a social face while being inwardly and profoundly antisocial. It will not change until you—we—change it.

In its early days, the Bauhaus was associated with cathedrals—or at any rate, the idea of cathedrals.

Today, the federal government employs roughly 1,839 architects in total. It isn’t clear how many of these workers are unionized.

Members of the Architecture Lobby discuss unions and climate change with NYRA.